There are many things that could frustrate you while you are surfing the net and trying to access certain sites, but the one that could be most frustrating is when you are repeatedly asked to input “captchas” just so you prove your humanity.
Have you ever tried accessing certain web pages – sometimes even Google – only for them to start doubting and questioning your humanity? That could be very annoying, at least to a lot of people including me, especially when you’re sure that you are actually human and not a robot. I am not usually pleased with this.
However what can we say when the people involved are just trying to be security conscious, only that it is at the expense of the convenience of their visitors. Some people can even close the webpage and forget visiting it just because of that. But in this post, we would review a few reasons why you might be seeing such occurrences more often. Stay with me.
1. THERE ARE A LOT OF SPAMMERS ON YOUR NETWORK
Well, while the website owners are only trying to protect their site, there are other people like you who made them take or want to take the step.
There might be a whole lot of spammers on your network, which explains it if your IP address has been blacklisted on some certain services. There are Websites that keep a record of blacklisted IP address and they sure will deny you access and will require you to prove if you are actually human or a bot.
In case you’re wondering what these spammers do that warrants such harsh treatments, they use some tools to send unsolicited messages to thousands of email addresses and spam websites with automated posts. It could be frustrating for website owners too.
2. YOU ARE USING A SHARED IP ADDRESS
There are certain networks which uses shared IP addresses I.e a single address for a whole lot of people. While I don’t know what the network providers might gain, I do know that there might be someone on your shared address using it for their spamming activities.
Also, we should mention that these ISPs do not actively monitor their network to identify and suspend spammers from using their service, you can put some of the blame on them.
3. YOU HAVE A MALWARE
WHILE you think you are downloading certain apps, I’m sorry you might actually be downloading them but with a coded malware. So your computer – not you – might even been sending these spam messages. Its not your fault, is it?
This is because Hackers are clever enough to code malware to send automated spam messages using your computer instead of doing it from their own end.
NOW, TO THE BIG QUESTION, HOW DO I BYPASS CAPTCHAS
To bypass these captchas, you will need to change your IP address. You wouldn’t want to be sharing IP addresses with spammers anymore, would you? You can either use an anonymous proxy or a VPN (Virtual Private Network).
Very soon, we will show you how to change your IP addresses. Just keep visiting TechProducts.com.ng, and also, share your experience with us on how frustrated captchas has ever made you.